Part 2 – The Companies That Most Likely Used Fraction Magic This Year and Their Hiding Behavior

From Lori Grace at

Here as promised is a detailed look at which companies may be using Fraction Magic this year. Two of them have a relationship with the Clinton Foundation. Their names are not to be found anywhere on the Clinton Foundation List of Granting Organizations. I am hoping that the American public will finally become aware that voting machine vendors may be altering our elections and that we need to save and count ballot images to stop this mockery of American Democracy

Hoping for the Rebirth of our Democracy!


BREAKING NEWS! Dominion software designer Eric Coomer PhD admits that Dominion Fractionalizes Votes
I have just learned  that  Dominion Vice President and Chief Software designer Eric Coomer PhD, admitted to inserting vote fractionalizing into the Dominion election software systems when he was interviewed by Sharon Meroni of He indicated that they do it “for marketing reasons”. I am completely shocked to hear this and will write more later on this piece of information. Dr. Coomer also mentioned that “vendors, election officials and deemed worthy are empowered to bypass the election system software and to go directly to the data tables that manage systems during the election.” This is of equal concern. I will be writing on this more later.

Where Does It Appear That Fraction Magic Was Used This Year?

The Democratic Primary Between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders
It appears that it was used in the Democratic primary where votes for Hillary in a number of primaries were moving up in an exact duplicated fraction and votes for Bernie were losing in this exact fraction as well. This is most likely indicative of an algorithm inserted into the tabulation program.

The Race in Florida Between Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Tim Canova in Florida in August
Another place fractionalized voting seems to have happened is in the Wasserman-Canova race in Florida. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was the head of the Democratic party until July and Tim Canova ran against her. He embraced many of Bernie Sander’s values. Although Wasserman-Shultz was ahead in the polls before the election by 8%, she appeared to have won with a significantly greater percentage than she showed before the election (13.5%). The graph of the votes again show specific fractions that are adding to her win and to Canova’s loss.
In the following YouTube, you will see Lulu Fries’dat explain the statistical anomalies she saw in the Canova-Wasserman race. She works with Anselmo Pietro, PhD, past president of the American Statistical Society. In the YouTube she explains how the results in the Canova-Wasserman race are statistically impossible, taking into account the effect of demographics. Again, there was an increasing percentage of voters for Wasserman that go up in a distinct fraction while Canova lost in the same distinct fraction as the election proceeded

timcanova (requires Facebook account)

Is There Any Evidence for Dominion Being Involved in Influencing Elections this Year Using Fraction Magic?
Research reveals that Dominion has a very extensive involvement with the Clinton Foundation. From 2014-2015 Dominion has worked together with the Clinton Foundation on a 2.25 million dollar project to disseminate Dominion voting machines to underdeveloped countries. About 100 women in those countries would get jobs managing these voting machines. The link That follows gives more details on Dominion’s involvement with the Clinton foundation.

When I read about this project, I was not that impressed with Dominion’s giving away some of their machines, most probably at retail prices, if it only helps employ 100 women. And now that I know that Fraction Magic can be applied anywhere in the world, I thought it might be tempting for someone behind the scenes at Dominion  to influence an election in one of those countries. I have looked over all of the donor lists of the Clinton Foundation. I cannot find Dominion or Delian Project on their donor list for any amount of money. Now the Clinton Foundation, by law, does not have to list all its donors. In fact, I heard from Bob Fitrakis that they withdraw donor names that they are questioned about. Nonetheless, I am disturbed by the Clinton Foundation’s lack of transparency.


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